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KPMG Named to FORTUNE’s ‘100 Best Companies to Work for’ List

Originally published on info.kpmg.us by Brandon Hatler.

Firm lands at No. 32, marking its 13th year on the prestigious list.

KPMG LLP has once again earned a spot on FORTUNE Magazine’s “100 Best Companies to Work for” list. Ranked at 32, the firm has been named to this list for the 13th time.

“Being named to this prestigious list for the thirteenth year is an incredible honor,” said Lynne Doughtie, Chairman and CEO, KPMG LLP. “We continue to invest in our culture and ensuring our firm remains a great place to work and build a career, and we are proud that these commitments are validated by our inclusion on this list.”

Contact Brandon Hatler to speak with KPMG leaders who can share how the firm maintains a great workplace environment year after year.

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